Almost 30% of Kiev residents are still without heating, so they are forced to freeze in their apartments and look for other ways to heat themselves.
Restoration work continued overnight and is now underway. This was announced by the head of the military administration of the capital, Colonel General Sergei Popko.”As of 7:50 a.m., 30% of consumers are without heating,” he said.
The water supply, meanwhile, is carried out in regular mode. The heat supply is being renewed, summarized the KMVA official.
The day before, an air raid alert was announced in Ukraine, which lasted about five hours. The country’s Prime Minister, Denys Shmyhal, announced damage to energy infrastructure in eight regions.